Geography 1400F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Economic Globalization, Technological Change, Nationstates

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Globalization and global inequalities: globalization de ned, process and features, forces and agents. Is globalization new: pros and cons, globalization is geographical. Geographical implications - interconnection between space and people. Many geographers think that globalization is transforming the human world to a single entity. Transnational corporate strategies that have created global corporations. Market economies that replace state controlled economies. A plethora of planetary goods and services that have arisen to ful ll consumer demand: political. Global political institutions, and power blocs, democracy as the dominant system of governance: environmental. Global ecosystems, global pollution, pandemics, global conservation movements and politics. Global information and trade, global education and media, promotes a global shared. Monday, january 22, 2018 way of doing and thinking. Technological change: shrunk time and space through internet, satellite, communication and other innovations. Global capitalism: embrace of capitalism , neoliberalism , free market . From networks at di erent organizational and geographical scales policies: main agents.

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